We are excited to partner with homeschool parents in providing an opportunity to teach a comprehensive educational biblical worldview curriculum. This curriculum offers 2 credits in Bible, 1 credit in literature and 1 credit in composition. The Anchorsaway Homeschool Curriculum examines biblical apologetics that will equip students to always be prepared to give the reason for the hope that they have in Jesus Christ. Your students’ learning will not stop with an understanding of how to defend their faith, but continue with how to live out Jesus in all of life. Upon course completion, it is expected that your students will: learn the truths of the Scriptures, live out the truth in everyday life, listen to others, love others unconditionally, and lead others, through the work of the Holy Spirit, into a personal relationship with Jesus Christ.
In order for you to teach this curriculum, you will need to complete the Anchorsaway Online Teacher’s Training class. If you would rather be trained in person with a minimal of 15 participants, please contact our office by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at (317) 844-0381. To become a trained teacher online, click on the Online Training icon to the right and register. From there you will have access to the Online Training syllabus. Print it out and fill in each section that correlates with the video that you are watching. Continue this until all videos have been watched and the syllabus is complete. Email or send it back via mail to our office (13240 Old Meridian Street, Carmel, Indiana 46032) or scan and email it to us at email@example.com. Upon completion of the training, you will be able to purchase the Anchorsaway Teacher’s Worldview Curriculum along with the Anchorsaway Homeschool Curriculum from the Anchorsaway website store.
It is our hope that the Anchorsaway curriculum will also be used as a tool to reach out beyond the homeschool community. We recommend that Anchorsaway be taught in a home within a community to Christian students and to seekers who are juniors and seniors in high school and those already in college.
We would like to know what you think of the curriculum. Helpful feedback is always welcomed!